bq25700A SMBus NVDC Buck-boost Charger Evaluation Module

(ACTIVE) BQ25700AEVM-732

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Description

The bq25700A evaluation module (EVM) is an SMBus controlled NVDC (narrow voltage DC) buck boost charge controller with N-CH MOSFET Selector and Current Monitoring. The input voltage range, for the buck converter, is between 3.5V and 24 V, with a programmable output of 1–4 cells and a charge output current range of 128mA to 8.128 A. This EVM doesn’t include the EV2400 interface device; this will have to be ordered separately to evaluate the bq25700A EVM.

Features
  • Host-controlled NVDC 1S-4S battery buck boost charger with 3.5V~24V input
  • Ultra low quiescent current of 600 μA and high PFM light load efficiency >80% at 20 mA load to meet energy star and ErP Lot6
  • High integration charger has comprehensive /PROCHOT, input and battery current monitor (IADP/IBAT), system power monitor (PMON)

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  • EV2300 or EV2400 communicatoin box is not included


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BQ25700AEVM-732:
bq25700A SMBus NVDC Buck-boost Charger Evaluation Module

$149.00(USD)




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User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 909 12 May 2016 3,159

Software (1)

Name Part Number Software Type
Battery Management Studio (bqStudio) Software  BQSTUDIO  Application Software & Frameworks 

TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
BQ25700A  NVDC SMBus Battery Buck-Boost Charge Controller with System Power Monitor & Processor  Battery Management Products 

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